Special features of the series
JURAS 671 – Entry-level with professional equipment
The JURAS 671 entry-level model in the two-rotor central rake range has a working width of 5.80 m to 6.60 m. This machine combines the technology which has proven itself so many times before in the single-rotor rake with elements of the professional equipment fitted to its "big brothers".
JURAS 801/JURAS 880 – The all-rounders
Automatic working width preselection, neat raking work, precise swaths (even with large amounts of forage) and quick, safe travel from field to field are all offered by the JURAS 801 and JURAS 880 two-rotor central rakes. With variable working widths from 6.80 m to 8.10 m and swaths of 1.20 m to 2.00 m, they can master any working situation.
JURAS 8055 PRO – The specialist for straw and extreme conditions
Because the rotor rakes are under enormous stress during straw recovery and other difficult working conditions, they require an improved level of technology and equipment. The JURAS 8055 PRO includes all the benefits of the tried and tested JURAS 880, plus the low-maintenance TS5 rake head and a particularly stable rotor chassis that has been developed especially for extreme requirements.
Additional technical features of the JURAS 8055 PRO
Maintenance-free support-arm mounting (TS 5 rake head) anchor link to technology
Rigid twin leading wheel with 18/8.50-8 tyres for smooth rotor operation and low wear
Widened tandem axle and very wide tandem axle wheel clearance for smooth operation and better ground sensing
Can be adapted to forage volume thanks to working width/swath width adjustment
The working width and swath width can be pre-selected without the need to use a tool or can be adjusted hydraulically whilst working. This enables ideal adaptation to the forage volume and harvesting process capacity. In addition, the rake is always at the lowest transport height, regardless of the pre-selected working width (FELLA patent)
Headland position with automatic height restriction
In the headland position at the end of the field, the rotors are first lifted parallel to the ground. This large ground clearance ensures that the forage remains in the swath and is not damaged. Because of the integrated automatic height limitation, it is not necessary to switch off the rotors in the headland position and damage as a result of operator error is prevented.